Championing creativity in the workplace can revolutionise your working processes. It can also be very fun. I work with groups to help them problem-solve, tease out new ideas or simply get to know each other a little better.

Through a series of guided group and personal exercises, I help participants tap into their own creativity while contributing to a collaborative creative project. The results are immediately impressive – everyone learns a new skill by making their own take-home artwork – but also have proven long-term effects. Each group completes a very beautiful piece of art that takes pride or place back at HQ.

Working as a team to realise a creative solution is rewarding and convivial but often has more radical effects including highlighting people’s individual strengths, bond-building and diminishing perceived hierarchical structures.

All materials are provided. NO experience necessary. Participants should bring a open mind and a sense of humour! Please enquire for availability and rates.


I met Cora 8 years ago on her course titled ‘Adventures in Abstract Art’ – called to me. How could I go wrong with those 3A’s: Adventure, Abstract and Art. It was the beginning of an amazing and ongoing journey facilitated by a wonderful teacher and friend. New people new skills, new places. I feel blessed that I saw that advert

Kathyrn, Cork
  My 1/2/1 sessions with Cora were one of the best things I have done as an artist. Cora has a huge, sense of fun and adventure as a teacher. She is hugely supportive and encouraging. She also provided enough challenge to push me out of my comfort zone. She has helped me to find my own unique voice as an artist and to keep my passion alive

Marianne, Limerick
  How to describe the perfect painting holiday! It’s the Cora experience! Beautiful surroundings, inspirational encouragement, even when trying to slip back into my comfort zone, a gentle joke, poke and affirmation and off I went on my abstracting the landscape journey. An amazing experience with wonderful people and loads of learning!

Trisha Reynolds, Painting Holidays 2019